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Interview with Eric, Paul and Cody

JM: How many meals did you get per day?
Eric: 3
Paul: 3 that's it which were awful
Cody: You get three meals a day

JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why.
Eric: 5 jail food sucks
Paul: Sucks no flavor not real food. Not processed food 5inch glass an phones what u think It was a walk in the park hell no. It fucking depressing seeing ur family though 5 inch glass heartbreaking never wanna go though that again I was very depressed I thought I was heart wrenching to see my friend an my "father" did not help
Cody: The food wasn't good. The portions were small and the taste was bad. You really never knew what you were getting they repeated a lot of our mealsover and over again which got old fast. They need more of a variety and they need to feed you more filling things. Pasta is served way to much pretty much with every meal you eat and you don't get enough protein in the foods they give you regularly.

JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals?
Eric: lunch,im not big on breakfast
Paul: Chilli n spaghetti least was vegetables or sumthing I do not remember I try not to breakfast sucked badly.. ya
Cody: I wouldn't say I do I didn't enjoy any of them it all depended on the portion they gave you that was what I liked. The bigger thebetter because you be starving.

JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it?
Eric: yes expensive
Paul: Comminsary was expensive only limted on watch you get restrictions on certain things worker's can spend 100$ regular inmates spend only 50$ which the prices were high an didn't have much of a selection. Sucks
Cody: Yes there was commissary it was expensive for a lot of different things. You could get food snacks hygiene products and clothing. If you have money on your books commissary is a life saver it will help keep you full warm and clean its your best shot of not starving pretty much.

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